'Big Brother': Nominations Twist Leaves Six Housemates Up For Eviction

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Big Brother has unleashed another shock twist on the contestants, ahead of this week’s third eviction.

After nominating for the second time over the weekend, the ‘BB’ housemates were gathered on the sofa and informed that six of them had received the most votes from the rest of the group.

However, in a surprise turn of events, those six won’t be the ones to face this week’s public vote, and instead it’s the rest of the housemates who will be facing the chop.

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Jack McDermott - who received three immunity passes on the first night - was the first housemate to find out the shocking news, when he was called to the Diary Room and told by Big Brother that he had the chance to save himself from eviction.

The fast food worker, who was voted the public’s "winner" on his third night in the house, decided to spare himself from the vote, and was quickly warned by Big Brother that if he relayed any of the information he’d been told to his housemates, he’d be “immediately removed from the house”.

This means that, rather than the six housemates originally nominated, Amy and Sally, Chloe, Danny, Harriet, Kieran and Sarah are facing potentially being evicted from the ‘Big Brother’ house this Friday.

Rylan Clark, presenter of ‘Big Brother’s Bit On The Side’, teased the nominations shocker on his Twitter page on Wednesday afternoon, branding it the “biggest twist ever”.

Don’t miss Jack’s tough decision - as well as the results of this week’s shopping task - in Wednesday’s ‘Big Brother’, airing at 10pm on Channel 5.

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